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Genomics and knowing the enemy - Genpax

When will someone call laST orders?

Sequence Typing (ST) is a widely established and used methodology. It is most certainly better than its predecessors... read more

What is the larger threat of hospital-associated infection? GenPAx

What is the larger threat of hospital-associated infection?

COVID-19 is not the pandemic I was predicting. Year after year for just over 10 years a new class of about 150 young... read more

Is AMR really a product of misuse and abuse by doctors? - GenPAx

Is AMR really a product of misuse and abuse by doctors?

It is repeatedly stated that we face a global challenge of antimicrobial resistance and catastrophic health and... read more

Genomics and knowing the enemy - Genpax

Genomics and knowing the enemy

As Sun Tzu famously said: ‘know your enemy’, or more correctly: ‘If you know the enemy and know yourself, you... read more

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Shannon Rapp

VP, Finance & HR

Shannon Rapp's expertise in Finance and HR spans 30 years across a wide-range of industries. She specializes in growing start-up companies from infrastructure to culture. She excels at keeping companies focused to ensure both their strategic and organic development. Shannon is renowned for her extensive accounting experience, audit experience, and energetic drive.

When she's not helping companies successfully grow, Shannon spends her time scuba diving, practicing yoga, and walking her dogs on the beach.

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Nigel Saunders

CSO

Nigel is an expert in clinical bacteriology and genomics. Most recently Interdisciplinary (Bioscience, Computer Science, & Maths) Professor of Systems Biology at Brunel University London, he was formerly head of the Bacterial Pathogenesis and Functional Genomics Group, at the Dunn School of Pathology, and Wellcome Fellow in Medical Microbiology at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford University. At Oxford he was also a Founding Manager of the Computational Biology Research Group.

Notable achievements include changing the use/monitoring of vancomycin antibiotics, contributions to the sequencing project underpinning the BEXSERO vaccine, and pioneering work in microarray comparative and functional genomics.

Nigel is also fully trained yoga instructor and runs classes out of his home studio in Devon.

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Nigel is an expert in clinical bacteriology and genomics. Most recently Interdisciplinary (Bioscience, Computer Science, & Maths) Professor of Systems Biology at Brunel University London, he was formerly head of the Bacterial Pathogenesis and Functional Genomics Group, at the Dunn School of Pathology, and Wellcome Fellow in Medical Microbiology at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford University. At Oxford he was also a Founding Manager of the Computational Biology Research Group.

Notable achievements include changing the use/monitoring of vancomycin antibiotics, contributions to the sequencing project underpinning the BEXSERO vaccine, and pioneering work in microarray comparative and functional genomics.

Nigel is also fully trained yoga instructor and runs classes out of his home studio in Devon.